Weekly fore renko technical outlook focuses on AUDNZD, USDCHF, FTSE100 and USDJPY. The markets will be moving into a new trading week with President Trump's speech on Tuesday and Friday's speech by Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Here's your guide to the forex markets this coming week, based on Renko charts.
Weekly technical analysis with Renko charts showcases a select collection of forex pairs and commodities. In this week's analysis we focus on the technical set ups on EURUSD, FTSE100, Gold (XUAUSD) and USDJPY.
This week's Renko charts based technical analysis focuses on GBPCHF, EURGBP, XAUUSD and USDJPY. We also take a brief overview with a recap of fundamental events from last week and focus on the key economic releases for the week ahead. Here's what to expect in the markets this week.
In this week's renko based technical analysis we follow up USDCAD, WTI Crude oil and gold from last week, while looking at the potential trend in the USDJPY which has been steadily rising for the past few weeks. Here's what to expect in the markets this week.
This week's trading opportunities based on Renko technical analysis looks at a continuation from last week's outlook. While EURUSD and USDJPY and gold exhibited the characteristics as expected, EURCAD pushed lower. Here's what to expect from this week's renko technical outlook.
The final week of November, we take a look at EURUSD, USDJPY, EURCAD and XAUUSd (Gold) in the weekly renko technical outlook. With another week of strong gains, the U.S. dollar is clearly looking weaker and could see some near term declines. Look at what Renko analysis shows us this week.
This week's Renko technical analysis looks at EURUSD, GBPJPY, XAUUSD and USDJPY. After a strong rally last week, the US dollar is likely to post a correction in the near term giving a temporary pause to the current decline in prices. Look at what Renko analysis shows us this week.
This week's Renko technical analysis looks at EURUSD, EURAUD, USDJPY and XAGUSD (Silver). Next week is busy with lots of economic data including US, Canada, Australia and the Eurozone. Inflation will be the main theme next week with the BoC and ECB meetings scheduled over the week.
This week's Renko technical analysis looks at EURUSD, EURJPY, USDJPY and AUDUSD (Gold). Next week is quiet with not much of economic data to go by. In the US, Janet Yellen's speech and retail sales and PPI data will be of importance in an otherwise slow trading week. US, Japan and Canada are closed on Monday.
This week's Renko technical analysis looks at EURUSD, USDJPY, GBPUSD and XAUUSD (Gold). We expect to see a near term retracement in prices for som of the assets. For the next week, speeches from central bank governors will be the main event risk to watch for. Read what the markets have in store for the week ahead.
This week's Renko technical analysis looks at EURUSD, USDJPY, NZDUSD and XAGUSD (Silver). We expect to see a near term retracement in prices while also bearing in mind next week's FOMC and BoJ meetings which will be a key event risks. Read what the markets have in store for the week ahead.
This week's renko technical analysis continues with focus on EURUSD, USDJPY, XAGUSD (Silver) and USDCHF. We continue to maintain the basis that the dollar could be seeing some weakness in the near term and providing some good trading opportunities. This week's analysis also includes trading positions, most offering a 1:3 Risk/Reward set up.
This week we look at EURUSD, USDCHF, USDJPY and XAGUSD (Silver). Last Friday, the US dollar jumped after Janet Yellen said that the case for rate hike had strengthened. This led to a strong rally in the USD leaving many USD crosses vulnerable and posting strong losses.
USDJPY 100 Pip Renko technical analysis shows that price action is losing momentum to the downside indicating a potential pullback on the horizon. Read this USDJPY renko technical analysis to learn more about what's in store with USDJPY.
The USDJPY has practically been ranging for the most part of this year. With the Bank of Japan remaining on the sidelines, the USDJPY’s moves came largely due to the Federal Reserve’s FOMC than anything else. Of course, there was the October BoJ meeting which saw some economists expecting further easing.